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CO r F TbtDEVOT- ED ttrItt 1t1 J Uitif4 r I r TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON eOUNTVt t J jSPIIII T t iUVOLUME II f FIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMIER 26 1906 ENTRIES IN PRIMARY A List ofCandidates Wht will Run It Out Lists for the Democratic State pri 1mary closed last midnight with practi xrally those candidates formally entered whose navies have been most promi Jiently mentioned during the past few ed months No new candidates under the rules n enter Whether fltnose who jjliaveteack will be made certain only when the last day for paying the entrance fee October 1 shall have come and gone Both candidates for Governor Judges W Hager and Attorney General N B Hays have paid their entrance fees And yesterday Senator James B Mc Dreary candidate for the United States Senate sent his check for 3000 as his portion in the race for the Senate Gov Beckham will also pay his fee making the two principal contests before the voters team races The Hon South Trimble candidate for Lieutenant Governor and the Hon Hubert Vreeland candidate for Secre tar of State are without opposition The following are the candidates who lave notified the committees of their intention of beingcandidates- ForUnited States Senate James BSJMcCreary and J C W Beckham For GovernorS W Hager and Nc B Hayes For Lieutenant GovernorSouth = Trimble For Attorney General Lillard H Carter and J K Hendricks For AuditorHenry M Bosworthp For Secretary of State Hubert Vree Jand For Treasurer Ruby Laffoon and June Gayle for Superintendent of Public Instruc tionE A Gullion and M 0 Winfrey For Cleric of Court of Appeals John Jfc Chenault aId W B OConnell For Commissioner of AgricultureJ- W Newman and R C Crenshaw JIG MEETING Of Farmers in Western Kentucky Guthrie Ky Sept 22The little town of Guthrie was filled to overflow ing today by the 25000 members and friends of the Planters Protective As sociation who gathered to attend theI second annual reunion of that organization The twentyfour counties of Kentucky and Tennessee comprising the dark to bacco district each sent large delega tions and everybody was filled to the brim with enthusiasm Speeches were made by exGov Rob ert L Taylor Congressman John Wes t ley Games and Joel Fort of Tennessee Congressmen O A Stanley John S Rhea and Ollie Jdmes and Lawrence Finn of Kentucky The officers were reelected as fol lowseach election being without oppo sition President Charles N Fort of Adams Tenn Vice President ET Bondmant of Virginia Chairman of Executive Committee Felix G Ewing of Glen Raven Tenn Treasurer Geo W Snadon of Guthrie Ky Secretary Mrs N E Greene of Robinson coup ty Tenn It required 500 barbecued carcasses to feed the crowd MOO RESVIL I Mr Geo Yocunf died at his home at this place Thursday Sept 20of the infirmities of old age being in his year After funeral services conducte- Iby Rev Sims the remains were lai to rest in Rock Bridge cemetery Mr Lewis Reynolds died of tion at the home of Ws father The remains were interred in the Camp- Ground cemetery We were sorry to hear of the death of Bur ess Pinkston and to the family ewe xtend our sympathy frs Jeff Smith spent Sunday with f t her daughter Mrs E G Boblitt of Springfield who is Jill of typhoid fever The farmers are through cutting and their tobacco Several from hers attended the State fair last week There will be preaching at New Hope Baptist church the first Sunday in October when a minister will be called Mrs James Wall and son Tony and Mrs W 0 Ellis visited Mrs Charles Ruby of Booker last Wednesday Mr Ham Sweeney and family and Mr Dode Chesser and family pf Illinois are visiting friends and relatives- at this place Miss Nancy Ellis visited Miss OraIt Cam y last Sunday Mr Earnest Pile of Maud visited yMrMr Emerson Barlow of Woodlawn a last S MistFairYe Lyddane our hello girl visited her parents at Midway last Saturday and Sunday Misses Lora and Cassie Yancey of Midway viSited Miss Ardia Wall last Sunday BI6 SHOW i COMING A Circus will Come to so Town Next Thiirs or day The managers of the John H Sparks ilaim that they have the highest cleanest and best exhibition of the kind traveling Twenty years of experiepce with ample capital and in telligentmanagement have combined- to produce this result That their claims are well founded seem to be by the following extracts from late newspapers The Mount Vernon Daily Banner says The John H Sparks Shows exhibited here Wednesday and many people were turned away the big tents being packed at each performance This was no doubt owing to the popularity which this show has achieved here on provious visits They more than sustained their reputation as the show is even better than ever It has been considerably enlarged with many new acts and features and all were excellent Mr Sparks will have to en large his seating capacity it it comes to this city again The Barnesville Enterprise says Great crowds hugely enjoyed the two performances given by the Sparks Shows last Monday The show has had quite a growth since it was here beforeI and it is generally agreed that it is the best exhibition of the kind thatever came to karnesville TJhe Hjllsboro Ohio NewsHerald says tTp say that the show was up the usual Sparks standard would alone be a strong recommendation but it was really better than ever beforeC They haye a square deal reputation here and the crowds that tested the Ifssibtecinity know a good thing when they see it If more were necessary we have hundreds in a similar strain from every section of the United States The John Hs Sparks Shows will exhibit at Springfield Thursday Oct 4 and no one should miss this opportunity of seeing this famous show Torture By Savages Speaking of the torturWto which some of the savage tribes in the Philip pines subject their captives reminds Inc of the intense suffering lendured o three months from inflammation of h Kidneyssays W M Shermanof Cu ah ing Me Nothing helped me unt I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of whichcomPtelycured me Cures I iy dlsrrdersand nervousjto robust health Guaran teed by C Haydon druggist Price 50c himdOwingvjille Ky Sept 22 George Grey of Wyoming while i eturning from the show at Mt Sterling stopped at this pl ce last night and a o gave hirdsome whisky dreydied i less than in hour after taking it Thi was the first whisky heever drank Subscribe for The Sun 100 year VVV tr High School News Items of Interest From Best School In Kentucky The Literary and Debating Society met last Friday In one of the most in meetings pf its existence After several recitations among which those of Misses Hattie Rice and Mabel and Messrs Knight Hanby Walter Clements were received with great applause The event of the evening the debate was listened to by the members of the societ The sub that ambition has of good than off jetResolved barristers in a masterl style on the affirmative were opened by Hon Will Waters who spoke with great force and pathos frequently being forced to discontinue his address by the wails and moans of his sympathetic listeners He was followed by Rev Stanley IIwickednessvehement were his scathing remarks that it was feared for a time that his opponents would sink through the floor be cut down by thedestroying angel before the debate could be brought to in time to save his side from the impending doom predestined for them in Rev Dawsons remarks Mr Ollie Barber appeared and disputed the fact that his side were the only sinners and declared that the negative were deeper in the mire than the affirmative were in the mud Dr Shultz next brought forth the arguments for the negative and by striking examples from history pro ceeded to show that all great thins in history had been done because ofthe ambition of some hero He pointed to himself as a striking example ambitious youth but oji being Otthe tioned by the affirmative as young lady was the object of his a nbi tion he declined to answer We had awaited his response with eagerness and were greatly chagrined when he of the uninitiated supposed that perhaps the next procedure was in answer to the question asked Dr Shultz when there stepped fort tQ1 the speakers stand an auburn haired lassie who seemed prepared to answer howererthatments of Dr Shultz and his colabor- ers Mademoiselle Tucker delivered her Speech with force and when she readied that pathetic passage about Alexander the Greats death on St Helena it was impossible to find a dry eye ip the whole assemblage MiSs Annie McElroy was the next to champion the side of ambition and with the timely aid of Misses Nellie Noe and Louise Medley helped materi ally in the success of her side Sisters in peace but enemies in war Such was an example to the society set by the next speaker Miss Dorothy MpElroy who controverted her sisters arguments Shedeclar d her only ambition to be able to entertain her suit ors of Sunday nights without incurring the Profesors displeasure of Monday This ambition she said only caused harmIhad other longings and aspirations and believed they tended to good She would not commit herself when questioned as to these but rumor has it that in some way we have not learned in just what capacity one of Judge Thurmans horses had something to do with it Mr Leo Simms tbje Irish orator next graced the speakers stand His remarks were perhaps as eloquent as ever heard in our hall and were replete with epigrams and telling sen ten es His gestures intonation and force were irreproachable and when he had concluded his fiery address the audience inspired with his ready wit and convincing arguments foresaw success for Ute side that declared that- everything good and great in the world had been done without ambition Monsieur Barber our orator of the sunlit locks came forth with winning grace a typical picture of a youth ambitious to win the debate He attacked the arguments of his opponents and painted a touching picture of Mr Simms led on by the finger of ambition and having won the applause of the New World by his eloquence at last crossing the briny deep and in a masterful address before His Brittannic Majesty winning Irelands Freedom Then the crowning feature of it all the pictures of Simms the Irish orator decorating- the walls of every Irish hut made us all swell with pride in the anticipation of our fellow schoolmates success After the conclusion of his remarks Miss Evalyri Royalty the president decided in favor of the negative The Societywill next meet on Friday October 5 A debate will then be held on the subject Resolved that heredity has more influence in shaping our lives andcharacters than education There will be also a number of recita tions The complete program will be given in our next issue Messrs Ed Willett and Bryant Miller have entered school Miss pet Claybrooke ia former stu dent school left Tuesday for Alabama where she will attend school Lakes Overflows No 3525 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sellas a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bathroom Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 rNo 3Z49 acres three miles from Springfield Good house locustegrass pikeFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 39102J acres good four room welling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7i miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre 1 No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles from Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine rrrjiess nlpnfv tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45per nacre easy payments Marion County Falcon Mr M J Hardesty propri tor of the Cherry Run distillery fileda voluntary assignment here Monday forth benefit of his creditors and namedI Mr J M Knott as assignee tal liabilities are placed at 2380727 and his assets at 28380 Only two suits were filed in the Cir cuit court Friday S A Russell Jr against the L N for 175 damages for a tram running into his team and Jfmes Ayers for 150 for failure to build a road crossing on his farm This makes a total of 33 new equity cases and 31 new common law cases for this term of court which began MondayJ The fact has often been noted of late that lumber is almost at prohibiting prices on account of the scarcety ofE good trees but we consider the limit was almost reached here a few days ago when a local contractor ordered a small bill of poplar lumber and the dealer billed it to him at the rate of 100 per thousand feet Mr J C Fisher age 40 years died it of consumption at Hendersonville N C Monday morning after a lingering illness He is survived by a wife andcs four small children who have the sym pat y of many friends in their loss Mr Fisher Was possibly known to more people in Marion county than any other man He was born at Fisherville Kye and came here several years ago to en gage in the sawmill business He was appointed deputy sheriff by Judges Cooper and served under him for four years and then was elected to the Same position under Judge Burton and served four more years His health failed several months ago and he went to Hendersonville where he jmproved and a few weeks ago he came home arid took his family there with him Jack as his friends called him was one of the mOt pleasant men it has been our pleasure to know and he possessed scores of warm personal friends who were ever ready to lend him a helpirig hand HILLSBORO i Miss Myrtle Armstrong is on the sick listMr B H McIlvoy and family were in Harrodsburg Saturday Mr J S Inman and wife spent Sun day with Rev W E Sutherland ndE wife Mr Perry Ruby and family of near Chaplinyisited the latters parents Mr and Mrs J M Shields Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mat Inman and daughter KGss Eva visited relatives atBotland several days last week f Mr Ira Gillispe and tamily qf Harz- rrodsburgvisited at the home of Mr J P Inman last Monday Mrs Nan Scott spent last Thursday with Mrs J M Montgomery Mr Sabe Coulter and wife spent Sun day with Mr J M Shields and family Rev W E Sutherland went to Conference Monday The Ponyville correspondent spoke the truth when he said that the people wanted editor Gore to beour next State Senator The good people of this coun ty will never say Go Gore way back and sit down for you have too warm a place in our hearts We want you because the interest of local option de mands that you should be in the next Senate and if you will only be a candi date you will have the honor of being elected by the largest majority ever given a candidate from this district The people of this vicinity are solid for you if you will consent to be the next State Senator Go yOU must or override the will of the people I Doctors Are Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Mclyer of Vanceborb Me is the subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owing to severe inflammation of the Throat and congestion of the Lungs three doctors gave me up to die when as a last resort I was induced to try Dr Kings New Dis covery and I am happy to say it saved my Cures the worst Coughs and Colds Bronchitis Tonsilitis Weak Lungs Hoarseness and La Guar anteed at C J Haydons drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free It is now estimated that 5000 lives were lost and 20000000 worth of property was destroyed by the typhoona t Hong Kong Reports of disasters at I seasare constantly being received frV 1 10m i1 VV FARMERSV INSTITUTE VtIsSprinGfield x The Farmers Institute is now in ses at the court room It is under the supervision pf the Commissioner of Agriculture Two representative mers one from Indiana the other from Ohio are present to discuss such sub The economical feeding of ani The principles of animal life and growth Improved methods in dairying Economical pork production Thedfe of animals and their treatment The different Ways of handling sheep The selection and care of seed core Preparing seed bed and growing tile corn crop Harvesting and disposing of the corn crop1he importance of clover and how to handle it The par pose of the Farmers Institute sail what has been accomplished through in other States Mr Davis and Mr Miller are practical farmers who have made such suc on their own farms that the IB managers in their own States selected them to tell their fellow far mers in their own States how they bad succeeded They represent no organi zation whatever but come simply to better and more farming The meeting will continue over Thursday Farmers should avail themeV of this opportunity LOCAL OPTION WoxCounty And at Versailles Versailles Ky Sept 2OLocaI op carried in Woodford county today fcjr 533 majority The Versailles precincts went wet by sixtyone votes while the town of Midway gave a dry majority of 100 Under the order of election Woodford county voted as a unit therefore the result takes whisky out of the entire county including Versaill It is said the saloon men will coa test the validity of the election as farIas it applies to Versailles Todays election was quiet and oc derly Church bells were rung at inter yals throughout the day and an allday prayer meeting was held by the wok en The temperance people are jubilant over their victory Nicholasville Ky Sept 20 Nicho lasville went dry todayby a majority of 18 The result of the election WfII a surprise to many people and a greit disappointment to the whisky men The victory was the more remarkable because the local option faction did not spend a cent for votes Much credit w given to the women who held prayer meetings in the Southern Methodist church during Jthe day served coffee and sandwiches at the polls while a band of children sang temperance on the street The negro vote which the whisky men had been claiming went largely for temperance A large crowd gathered in the court house yard early in the afternoon toV await the returns When the official count was announced the rejoicing was great People cheered bells were rung and an ovation was given to the men arid women who had taken such active parts in the campaign There has been no hard feelings andv here was no trouble today Letter List List pf letters remaining ur called for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending Sept 26 1906 Vaul Browning C W Cume Marshall House LC Hardesty R T Hardren Miss Nellie Page Miss plan Price Miss Lillie Turner Loy d Weth erington YA WATERS Postjnaster Good ItoWj The Herald r Jomifc Company will give an entertaNinnatit at the Opera Housee v is how issaia to be one of thekh e road j t fit r Ye L 2 t THE SPRINGFIE D SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1906ISUPPOSED CORjpsf andlLater the Woman Was Revived t Gov Beckham Proposes a foot- Racer to Settle Senatorial Contest IMPORTANT KENTUCKY NEWS Glasgow Ky Persons living In the western part of Glasgow are excited over the strange condition of Mrs I George Burgess who with her hue band moved here from Etoile this county five months ago Since locat ing here Mrs Burgess became afflicted with a malady said to be consumption beengrdwingworse that she would not live through the a 4ay She sank gradually until 11 oclock last night when she apparently died Several women were called in nd tie body was laid out preparatory to dressing it for burial While they were waiting for the burial robe the corpse surprised all present by mov ing An investigation revealed that the woman was breathing From the time she was thought to hive died half an hour until she moved there wstis no perceptible sign of life Respi ration and heart action had ceased and those who closedher eyes and handled the body declared she was cold and rlgjd After those present wad ree- ovfeTed from their surprise restoratives were applied and in a short time she had rallied sufficIently to talk Mrs Burgess is still alive though her con t dnIon Is very critical and her death eXI pected at any time To those helped revive her she said It takes me a long time to die Dont you thjnk so v Beckhams Footrace haveLouisville KyThere might boez a unique day in Kentuckys his tory If Gov Beckham and Senator MqGreary had really meant what they said when one submitted a proposition for a foot race to settle the senatorial question and the other quickly took it tUP The governor and the senator met at the state fair and hobnobbed together for a large portion of the time They were In the judges stand wait Ihg for the calling of a race when the governor suddenly said Seriaton we might as well settle this question now as any other time Suppose we go out on the track and have a foot race for the nomination for senator Quickas a flash Senator McCreary came back That is perfectly agreeable to me he said but I would suggest that the dis tance be a mile that we may better test the running qualities of each Among those in the stand was Gene mamentlevery passed Into the 1906 campaign joke brook The Resort of Crooks London Ky During a general fight JH Thomas from Mud Lick N Co and a man named Thompson from Flat Lick Knox county were shot tyThomasand is dying Thompson is hot through the arm and Is seriously wounded But Lanham of Lily this county is accused of shooting both men and has made his escape The place where the trouble occurred is known as Hells HalfAcre and is a woodlapd just outside the corporation limits of Corbin and across Lynn Camp River on the Laurel side Here many severalmenlast few years The resort is so sit uated that the city authorities of Gar bin can not interfere with the often ers and they have little trouble In es caping the officers of Laurel and Knox by crossing the county line when they were pursued Deputy Sheriff W N fc4meiofmen and women under arrest and Mil Bring them to the London jail tonight An Investigation Frankfort ICyThe state board of control ordered an investigation Into the sudden death of Fred Ketterer of Ashland at the Lexington Insane asy lum of the board is suedthefolloviing statement The state board of control in special Ses sion has determined to niake an investigation of the cause and circum stances attending the death of Fred Ketterer recently a patient In the Eastern asylum for the insane at Lex LexingtonI to formulate the method to be used In making the investigation The board has instructed Judge Morton that Jts purpose and desire is that the investi gation shall be full and complete and jOrKetterer r 1suItmay be is at the serjlce of the Fayette county grand jury which meets In October J t Indicted For Murder lddleboro KyThe grand jury In session in Lee county Virginia return ed Indictments against Kentucky offi cers who captured Frank Ball at Rose Hill August 9 The men are charged with the murder of John Lee Lee was killed in the fight between Ball and the officers Those Indicted are Rice W Johnson sheriff of Bell county R L Givens Gordon Givens Newton J Wil burn John Glynn of Mlddlesboro and James Rollins Ike Vanbfbber and John Wilson of Pineville deputy sheriffs It is said that Gov Swanson will ask Gov Beckham for requisition of these men The members of the party who assisted the sheriff and his posse bavet been indicted as acceoies to tlieJ murder of Lee This prty was composed principally of biiness men of Middlesboro and Pinev lie Fuedists Fight Sergent Kyln a second battle between the Mullihs and Fleming fac tlons on the LetcherPike border James Anderson aged 38 years of theC Mullins party was shot and killed and Hiram Mullins the leader was probably fatally wounded The shooting was done by the Fleming faction It is said John Fleming leader of his side was shot in a leg Forty shots lereIfired in the fight It is said that theI losses of the Mullins have ben so great that they have decided to disband Something AboutJewelry Many American women possess tho value of a kings ransom locked within their jewel ca cs The possession of such priceless articles is a constant source oi Tvorry unless the proper pro cautions are taken to insure their safekeeping snys the New York JaurnalI To enjoy any peace the owuor of valu able jewelry must First Send it to the jeweler every six months Second Keep the most valuable thjngs in the bank Third Have a routine for removing and putting away jewels Fourth Have a distinct receptacle for each ornament so tht an empty space tells at once It Is missing FifthInsure all valuables against theft SixthIta loss is discovered and an advertIsement printed offer a suffi cleat reward It is not only thieves one has to guard against for the protectlpn of his jewels but the valudblesthern selves require constant attention Large and heavy stones must be looked at frequently by a jeweler or the setting becomes loosened and the stOne falls out and Is lost Turquoise must never be allowed to touch soap or grease though orientals sometimes say it improves them to He for an hour or so in clear clean cold water Pearls nqed wearing and to Improve the condition of their skin nothing Is better than to place them In a tumbler of sea water and put theItumbler In the sun People suffering from certain diseases must never wear pearls They have been known when set In a ring to perish down to their settings Those taking certain drugs must lay their pearls aside for the time or they will discolor When arriving at a hotel the best thing to do isl to give all jewels money and valuables qt once Into the keeping of the manager If jewels are proper ly cared for they should be thoroughly examined by an expert every six months to make sure that the setting the pins and the fastenings are lin good order is a dangerous plnce to pick valu IIt in a small handbag unless that is fastened to the wrist or1waistfoi nothing is easier than to little bag when hurrying tto catch a train When removing a wrap it is ad visa ble to take notice that brooches are not unclasped Valuable Jewels are often unfastened by the contact of an outer garment Up to the Mayor appealsIpolice judge of the fourthclass cities to appoint a clerk and if the city coun cil passes an ordinance fixing the sal ary of the clerk the mayor must issue the warrant tQ pax the clerks salary Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has needaofa reliable remedy for colic or diarhea at some lime during the yearIby dealers who have sold it for c many years and know its yalue It has received thousands of 2 6itsicians with the most satisfactory h results h kmediCIneor a cItyou afford to riskso much for so BUY IT NOW = S MOB AT ATLANTA 12 Negroes and 2 White t Men Lose Their f Lives ri Troops Are Stationed in The City But no Further Trouble is Apprehended Atlanta Ga Sept 24 Unaweil by he presence of thette troops Over 000 men strong who are patrolling the principal streets of the city some of the rowdy elements still thirsting for negro blood tried to reorganize the mob that successfully lynched 11 negroes Saturday The rioters managed to gather only a few dangerous crowds one of which quickly dispatched another negro In the afternoon This man like those killed previously was apparently innocent of crime Two negroes had been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the assault on Mrs Arnold The prisoners were taken to the womans house but she seemed unable to positively iden tlfy either of them as her assailant She thought however that one of theme who called himself Jack Murray was the guilty man She refused to make any charge against Henry Moore his companion Took the Wrong Man The officers started to Jail with both negroes but on the way Jack Murray who was suspected by Mrs Arnold escaped The officers continued with Jack Moore On Marietta street someone raised the cry that the officers had Mrs Arnolds assailant Almost instantly a crowd surrounded the officers took the negro and rid dled him with bullets With ills dying breath he asserted his innocence The tragedy was witnessed by many people among them some cftildren who were playing on the street Gov Terrell having placed the city practically under martial law there was no general recrudescence during the Sabbath of the negro hunting by white mobs which resulted In the death of 12 negroes and two white men and the wounding more or less seriously of fully 100 negroes and half as many whites It was 4 oclock in the morning before a semblance of order was restored in the cit v At 2 oclock Gov Terrell orderedout all the state troops in city and placed the situation in charge of Cal Clifford Anderson As soon as Col Anderson could get in touch with his subordinates he distributed squads over the city placing them at strategic points and in a short while the situation was greatly Improved Subdued By the Rain A heavy rain which began falling at 3 oclock and continued for nearly two hofirs was probably more effective in subduing the mob and sending its members to cover than even the presence of the state troops The southern mob as a rule when hunting negroes cares very little for the local soldiery The mob members believe that In their attacks on negroes they have the silent sympathy- of the local troops and the view of the mob is not far wrong The presence of good soldiers scattered over Atlanta In squads ranging from 12 to 50 according to the Importance of the location gave the city a military air that tit hasworn on no Sabbath since General William Tecum seh Sherman was at its gates away back in the sixties- A disturbances was caused in the morning when a negro appeared on Marietta street near the government building with a rifle In five minutes the negro was seen by a crowd of white men who seized the gun and used It to club the negro so that he was sent to the hospital Fifty yards away was grouped a patrol of 20 state guardsmen A black face was a rarity on tho streets during the day Ordinarily one sees about as many negroes as white men but the lesson had its effect on the negroes and they remained in their homes Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Subscribe for Tne Sun 100 year = Public Sale I As I will leave in a few weeks for- ndiana where I will reside I desire to offer the following stock etc at public sale on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1906 t Willisburg Ky at 10 oclock a nr 1 good work horse 1 black three vearold gelding sorrel threeyearold 1 bay threeyearold gelding yearlintr horse colt 1 yearling mare olt2 twoyearold horse mules 1 two yearold marC mule 3 milk cows and calvesS yearling steers 2j yearling heifers 2 good work mares with mules weanling calves 25 head of sheep 0pound shoats 1 surrey and harness ood as new 2 new buggies 4 sets new ames 1 set wa on name s other 2pbushelsfitchenrniture TERMS All sums of 5 aTd under ash over that amount a credit of- welve months with interest frpm date Note negotiable and payable at either bank of Springfield L W JENKINS M Campbell Auctioneer Dr WF Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Al work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always rehablt and tile best divide dpaying company in thf world Your insur HyattOffice SPRINGFIEp KENTUCKY r1l7 to 9 a m 4 to 8 pm Dr JC Mtfdd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M DrH Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 Dr W W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 LMISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 109 I T iNighLMAYES ATTYATLAW- Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington and adjoinIng couites in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts C C M CHORD ATTYA LAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in tne courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts oiAp peals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW KyIWill in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in of Appeals i MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice in the Courts of Washington and adjoining counties and inthe Court of Appeals S Ml CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER f Springfield ICy specialtyWillable Phone 84 T t NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts All kinds of jxinsiDn lle8H specialty Have been in tho business for thirtynVo jioars THOS J Graves 000OOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000000 I MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY NURSE Phones Day 89 Night 106 O eXXX5GOGOGOOCXXX5pOOOGGOOOOQ JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director AndILcensed Embalmer SPRINGFIEIsD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskcts and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74a 1t PUBLIC SALE Thursdayer27At the farm of Mrs Lizzie McLaughlin near town 1 HOn3 goodwrknules r good suckling horse mule colt 2 brood mares in foal 5 twoyeardid steers ir good s alt 6COWSi 1t tvv Terms made known on day of saleo Sale at oclock ifzMcLAUGIILIN L and N Railroad Time Tabfe J Incoming Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves RarrtafAWtv Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville THE SUN AND Both pa pers yr Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Louisville Herald125Na- shville American 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York Worjd 175 Home and Famrn 73 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette225Cou-ntry Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 ne 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv South 150 r t CLUBBING RATES WJTII t LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one yearS 00 The Sun and the DailyCourier Journal pt Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 820 The Sun and daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 dailyCourierJournal in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one car 2 80 The daily1HeraldThe EveningPost OeOOOOouoobOOeoo I THE FIRST 0- a I National Bank I OF SPRINGFiELD KENTUCKY d ncVw ICAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 I OFFICERS II B L Litsey President I John W Lewis VicePresident II A C McElroy Cashier S L R Grtin Aast Cashier 1 SE Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS 1 n L J W Lewis QW u Claybrooko Scott Mayes S 1 Edelen HM GrundGJim O PolinQ 0 a We grant every favor consistent o I with safe banking If you have y not already an account with this U bank we invite your patronage o S S QeQeQQ QQQeQeQoeQQe 50 or 60 hogsjNew Deering binder r l two horse wagon All other farming implements About 75 bushels of wheat 250 barrels of corn begins Suny only No 91 825 p m 735ccU U paily 525 a m 612cc 655u745 Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 906 7 30u Suny only No 90 715 a m 800 845 935U Daily No 41 t705 606 Pin 522 41 430 Daily No44100pm 220 410pm 545 p m H 0I0I0I0 LTt FHChaplin Water a I Power Roller Mills i aMAKES THE I 0 Q FLOWS BEST MEAL a ITHE a Q S In Springfield and man 5 6ther sections of Washington 2 county our brands are soldI BESTII o CHAPLIN KY a QaQQQQQeQQe eQeQQ YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Yourieedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles Jan evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his Office 1426 testi 4havebeen i year This is a new s lve having been on the market about orie year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists t DR J W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky jt The Daily Herald ANDtThe Sun ONE YEAR 200 r t 1 tI r id THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1906 r r J f + iH t if I thCASH for COAi IL It 11 rW L 1rT W + Cash Business Allowing Liberal Discounts I Every Man t Has His Price and ours is the lowest that good clean coal can be had for We have it in every domestic size and there is only ittone kind we do not keepand IS W poor coal If you are looking for a ton of 2000 pounds of all coal with no dirt itt 0 or slate to pay for our goods are entitled W to your order f you are willing to withyourW jcarry that kind in stock + Wirs crs IJ f t si r Ji fJ i i r JcZ i wr itt ol l p IW iJi l icrs i 1 J i q I f 4 L fi 11 tit itll1 A SNAKE In An Old the A Valuable H rse News Long Run We know a certain man who is one of the most regular church goers we know He is always on hand Others may get tired and fall out or the weather may get too bad or business interfere but our friend just keeps go ing to church His very life is a rebuke to us who make so many excuses for not doing our duty along that line t We have tried to find the secret of his faithfulness and have concluded that he goes because he loves to One of three motives may prompt u to go to church 1st one may go to church from a sense of fear as a slav fears his master 2nd from a sense oj duty asa might obey its parent 3rd from a sense of love a motive which prompts the earnest Christian to obey his Lord which is the very highest mp tive that can prompt obedience end the only one that is well pleasing to the Lord If we have given our all to Him and love burns brightly upon thje main altar of our heart then we wil gladly and cheerfully obey our LordInot by fits and starts but at all times and un der all and the many excuses that one so often heats will be wept away as men of straw by the pure boundless stream ofj Gods love A great battle took place in oir gar Lien one day last week It was of short duration but very fierce while it lasted The attacking party was an old lady years old the enemy was a large chicken or cabbage snake five feet long It was found amojig the cabbage and was the largest one I haveever seen The weapon used wa a common weeding hoe which proved very effective Mother is an o d time woman and could not stand for a snake I as long as a fishing pole to crawl iaround in her garden and now shp is looking forits mate Last week Leslie Coyle Ofi nea rl Wanted t Feed Stuff of all Kinds I CONSTANTLY IN MARKET OATS NAY CORN AND STUFF WILL HIGH PRICES I I l child IIIIIII Mackvflle sold his farm of 81 acres to Mr Will Charlie and Horn for 2250 A protracted meeting began lastI Monday night atthe Drs Fork Bro Davidson is assisting the pastor Bro B F Adkins Mrs Dave Yankey has typhoid fever Mr Will Young and family left Saturday to visit Mrs Youngs father atI Greenville Ind Mr and Mrs Woocjson Reynolds of Pleasant Hill spent Sunday with Mrs Elizabeth Mr Marcus and family this Our school is nicely un derthe of Miss Nannie Hilton This is Miss Hiltons first school and we think her a splendid teacher Mr Bob Bottoms horse while run at birth inherit a predispo sition to bodily ills and ail ments mote or less serious The stomach and bowels are the most prolifit sources of ill health ThisYare the hotbeds disease and them more evil can be traced directly to organs of the body Where there is the least indication of trouble or you are feeling out of sorts should be taken at once 1It is the best 3r the stom and bowels I If they are all out of order it will eradicate the trouble tons up the parts and restpre them to their natural con dition DR SYRUP PEPSIN communicates itself to the whole system and its curative effects are instantly experienced It will keep you in good health SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all Your money will be refunded if it does not benefit you BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to thosewho have never tried this wonderful remedy Write for It today PEPSIN SYRUP CO MMtleaUe Illlnels tier the next day The mare was a nice Mr Johnnie Russell also lost a valu able horse last week Mr John lost two calves are rejoic ing over the arrival of a baby girlLula Bell On last Sunday night Bro Ewing of California closed a fifteen days tent meeting in Nevada Mercer county It is said the Lord blessed his labors and he had a great meeting He expects to begin a series of meetings in the church at Texas Ky in November There will be a quarterly meeting held at Wesleys chapel oh the 6th and 7th of October- Mr Harve Key and sons Boss and Claud have bought Beech John Elliots farm The formers house and land at Jensenton was exchanged in the par chase with Mr Elliot who will make that place his home WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Colic Cholera and Remedy When my boy was two years old he um is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is certain For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Bullitt Pioneer That New York fel a ion mean man of Georgia who de manded that the finder of his money should pay interest on it for the time hed kept it while locating the owner A The cures that stand to its credit makes Bucklens Arnica Salve a scien tific wonder It cured E R Mulford lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry W nesboro Pa of a distressing case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at C J Haydons drug store r ++ ft ft ft ft H Mr J W Perkins of Lovington Ill has been spending a week with relatives here It will be remembered that Mr Perkins and wife went toIlli nois six weeks ago for the latters health and her many freinds will be pleased to learn that she is much im that returned from Illinois the 19th were Mr Tom Myires and family Mr Sam Mobily and family Mr Elmer Quin and son John H Baker and family Mrs Jimmie Holiday and Mrs Jim McMillen Mrs M A Perkins has returned from Louisville where she purchased her fall goods Mr W B Hayes bought from John Rpberts his farm of 150 acres at 2250 pet acre posses ion Jan 1st 1907 J C Jenkins b ught of L C Jenk you are doing when you fail to get reg sufficient sleep Your body requires this period for rep it work with out it your n rve energy be comes exhausted and you are tired worno t nervous ex citable have headache neu ralgia poor appetite or other ailments caused by a lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep If you are restless take Dr Miles Nervinc it soothes and the nerves and brings sweet sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today- I had a severe spell of fever which left me In a very weak condition and very nervous I had severe spells of headache neuralgia and could but very little Every effort that teas made to recover my strength was of no avail until I began taking Dr Stiles Restorative Nervine After I commenced to take the Nervine my sleep was profound and restful and the pains In my head as well as the neuralgia pains me to a certain extent and I gradually better MRS E E ERT8ON 821 Berylan Ave BelvIdere Ills Dr Mlles Nervine Is sold by your druggist who wllr guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Xfb Elkhart Jnd + on fe trW rumor of a miners strike or a block r onthe r311roadst 1it Not us advances do we charge more and then the increase is a fair one HIGHEST PRICES HIEDS AND tIf 1I PAY CASH 99 ftff J M JONES ri If BATTLE Which Lady JProves Victor KilledOther Important fromI circumstances seventysix AM THE FEED PAY PAY WITH FOR ALL THE EST FOR efitfij Cocanougher Cocanpugher egplaceprogressing management ALL CHILDREN 1tention them- thantoanyother Dr CaldwellsLaxat- iveSyrup Pepsin preparation CALDWELLS benefichand DRCALDWELLS druggistsI returss Storer felljhisiCocanougher nightj Chamberlains Diarrhoea mIplsaysI Liberally Rewarded containingi Scientific Wondera CARDWELL Robbing YourselfThat unconscious indigestion strengthens refreshing lifegiving I Ahead Goal 1 rWe FURSL H DfII ft jJt ft ft ftft + ins one mule and two steers Graham 8 Perkins bought of Owen Carey one sorrel mare at 150 H C Moore and wife will leave for Bloomington Ill next week Graham Perkins have for sale some 3 4 and 5yearold horses Graham Perkins bought a nice mare last Monday for 50 Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by Bhamberlains Pain Balm Mr James N Nichols a merchant and postmaster at Vernon Conn makes the following statement A little child of Michael Strauss was recently in great pain from a burn on the hand and as cold applications only increased them flammation Mr Strauss came to me for something to stop the little ones pain From the many liniments I carry m I advi to use Chamber loins Pain Balm and the first applica tion drew out the inflammation and gave immediate relief I have used this lin iment myself and recommend it often for cuts burns strains and lameI back and have never known it to disappoint For sale every reliable in the Blue Grass Killed By the Cars Marion Falcon Mr George OBryar age 24 years was killed by the Southbound passenger train Saturday night between New Hope and Gethsemane Shortly before train time he borrowed a lantern from his broteer Mr Louis OBryan at New Hope and started down the railro d towards his home alone and it is not known how he happened to get caught by the train The first stop the train made that night was at Loretto and from there the engi neer telephoned to the section foremen at New Hope to go down the track and make an investigation because he had either run over a man or a loose rail The search that followed revealed the remains of the young man cut almost beyond recognition his head being sev ered from the body and both legs cut off The deceased was a son of the late Jerome OBryan of that section and was we tand favorably known there where he had scores of friends who deplore his untimely death A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Con stipation often ends in Appendicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stom KingsNewthese organs without pain or discom fort 25c at C J Haydon druggist subscribe for The Sun LOO yea L + MI i =i1 HossSenseIUptoDate tI III I It is a great advantage in a trade to have something that the other people t can not do without This is ihe pbttheposition I Socialism is unattainable idealism andpltbusinessAge of Equity in business through thet- A S ofE rI ITh A S of E is getting very str h the Burley district of Kentucky with no tendency to retrograde It will be remembered this district has tried for several years to get results on their crops by other plaris but they were always found wanting They find the plan of the A S of E to meet all requiije ments Ij There arV itianY things the farmers t need from congress and legislatures But we recognize thutthey will g t fewt of them until they are organized When t organized either party will heed them ofthelA problem for the advocates gospel trains lf Ii crop of wheatt f 770000000 bushels sells for a crop of 692000000 bushels how lavge j must the crop be to be the most profitable 1 to farmers TiComebeen raising crops many many yearswand they were all consumed Then how does it come that some farm pa pers advise quick sales or may not e able to sell at all or why do some far mers get scared and dump their wheat at less than its worth The dear pub lic would eat as much bread if wheat were held at L0- 0Chamberlains Pain Balm This is a liniment s great power over pa remarkabtllI a the excruciating pains r IIalland makessleep and rest l sale by everYt reliable dealer 1fV1 Blue Grass sac 1 b tTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1lOf SPRINGFIELD SUN I ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY INSCRIPTION ONE DOLEAR in Advance 1J ROGWS GORE Editor and Publisher ft i SpringfieldYya as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OieYear fThreet changealwagas well as the postoffice to which yo wfihlt sent J i DEMOCRATIC TICKET tr 1 FOR CONGRESS 4 BARDSTOVNI FOR APPELLATE JUDGE HON J P HOPSON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROBERT NOE Goy BECKHAM ITS UP TO YOU The Democrats of Vashington n county are watching Louisville with much interest Gov Beck ham put the lid on andthe peo pie applauded him But the lid j 13camehe will put it on again and that s whatthepeople I of this county are interested in Everyday ti question is asked by many of our countmen t i yill Beck ham put the lid on in Louisville The Governor says he has the dcauthoritythe authority certainly he h the power The State malitia is at his command he is the Com manderrInChief And its up to you Goy Beckham If you put the Louisville lid on in the ne- ye goodVpandwill give you va nice majority If you do nJt put the Lpuisville lid on the people will feeLthat you are insinceretithat you have been malEing a grandstand play They will believe that you have made a deal as the Louisville Hera of yesterday charges ts ith the whisky element for Louisvilles vote and Washington county will give from 500 to iooq major against you- EATING CROV big black crowswill be in order after November 6jBoth Louisville and Lexington belp great Fairs last week And that proves that Kentucky is enough to do big things in differ ent sections all at the same time Mammoth pumpkins are plentiful in Kentucky Betcher life Awe lcj may have a dozen State Fairs next yeatIAn Illinbis woman wants a vorce because her husbandr through tpistake planted pumpt kin seed instead of watermelo- nss We contend that she has grounds for a divorce and it ought to be granted Very little is being said by Washington county Democrats about the State primary whicfy indicates that Washington county Democrats care very little about the State primary IThe Democrats are going Id make a nomination in the nth district Thats a very cheeky thingto do LOVE contends the poet is the greatest thing in th w rd Much is being said through the pressand from the pulpit lbut divorces and many and v rie suggestions are being offere tohow the sin may be tempved far Jrom us but notwithstanding this wiseand otherwise advice the mills of justice continue to grind out legal separations and Sweet Marie goes her w avit rejoicing and Bill hisn The TROUBLE thats what the preachers are trying to locate most cases of course there are some exceptionsthe t situation can be briefly sized up this way A damp hoo boy borrows 100 of his pas plunks and marries a little sapheaded girl with psi nt ChangaThen the rains come and ti floods descend and the paint washed off Trouble in the fan Side meat comes hard and John nje gets weary She looks liketarag a bone and hank 6 hairIand he looks like a pair of patch edthat pants a sunburnt gristle and aI pewteVdime The honeymoon turns green and looks sour and the evening stars blink bla spots over the world romance is prosier than a column of figures in a last yearsalmanac and the- googoo eyes have one blind ThuslJohnnie discovers that ti jloweditthat shes been jbuncoed OLD TROUBLE brings his bulko blackand TJhe sun goes away ne through It esoulof each She cries for her ma and he wants to jin the U S Army and be come a hero Thatsegreatest world Say as many good things about your candidate as you want to butdont say too many bad things about the other fellows candi asSome people concluded that a State primary would eliming toohnthe h from politics butreboys are in it neck deep and its as hot as usual ABATEMENT xtsHaving ben requested to state mysoy should the Republic ns nomi for Circuit Clerk at Willis b urg next Saturday I desire to say that The Sun will support Mr Noe the Demo erotic nominee The editor of Sun is Chairman of the Demo raticICounty Committee and will use all orable means to elect the party omi1 nee ROGERS GORE r LASTfcWARNING ldTO TAXPAYE Your taxes for 1906 are due and the penalty will go on November 1 Under the new law which Went into effect after November 1 You taxes can warrantitbe issued against yoii by the county clerk and executed within ten thereafter making an addidional to you of 18 per cent Come in before November land save cost of execution and sale J S OsnouRN S W C NOV L bigA Mothers Love Ii r ItHarrodsbutW Thaw has offered her magnificent Pittsburg home Lindhurstr for sale and will devote all her time and attenRev tion to caring for her erring son ardaythe who is under indictment for Whitedi determined again to let him be seller aced her influence If he is adjudged stoutInsidething possible for his comfort and re clamationN If he goes to the pemtenti eary she will keep as near to him as can If he goes to the electric chair well perhaps then all that makes the loving mothers life worth living will perish with him butdcommonakinship and keeps the spark of human sympathy aglow in the heart nothinglikeIt will bear all things suffer all things forgive all things and through all smile up to God with unshaken hope The walls of prison or asylum cannot verdictsZnoverrule it Popular scorn of its object cannot make it ashamed Ingratitude degradation crime of any sort cannot gandtaint or mar or corrupt it xtoblesses the earth ieThe world which accounts itself itsdman who has proven false to his man hood and has fallen under the burden of his follies and crime the mother wise with a love is all but divine turns from all others to this one takes up the bleed ing broken one in her arms and sacri fices her own life to him areckens to give away to the deserving But v hen a woman makes a gift of her daily life of all her affec tions her friends all her happiness all her wealth peace comfort to one who herepagedmen an women begin to measure the purity and force of unselfish sacrifice suchas is found nowhere else in human nature than in motherlove And the Thaw case is not at all ex ceptional It but conspicuously typifies what is in the hearts of countless mil lions of mothers the world over WILLISBURG theThe protracted meeting closed aJ the Christian church at this place Tuesday night of last week with fifteen additions We were sorry to hear of the death of Uncle George Yocum who for many years was a resident of this plaee and has many friends in this vicinity Also the death of Lewis Reynolds who died Iat the home of his father Wm Rey at Maud He was a brother of Reynolds of this place The cor and a host of friends extend condolence to the bereaved ones There is a great deal of typhoid fever in this community Lester Gibbs is improving slowly Mesdames M A and W B Shirley Saturday with relatives at Lit Ed Birch and family spent Sunda with his mother at Bi chwooq Mrs Phoebe Harlow has returned from Louisville where she had been millineryIfrom this place were J M Trent and wife Miss M ttie Brown and Miss Lula Merritt Dr Gibbs of Anderson county vis platRe A good many from this place at tended meeting at Tatham Springs Sunday Miss Willie Ruby spent Sunday with Misg Clatie Scott citizensattendewill d VALIEYcost littleidaught 1Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland are g the Sunday school Convention Louisville this week Mr Joe Noel and Miss Hattie Settles attended church at Willisburg Sunday Mr J S I man an family Mr and Mrs T Wutherla d and Mr Will Dudgen were the pi jasant guests of and Mrs WE Sutherland Sun W and W E Sutherland sold twsnice heifers to Litsej S Tatham at 2J and 3 cents per pound Clifton and little Miss Flossie Thomas l are visiting their grandparents Mr Mrs Sweeney at TaylorsvilleI attendingI jTHEHBO STORES CothigtiJ- IBIIrgai i sr We have just closed out several lots of Mens andiBoys Winter Suits from a manu astuier at a great sac lowI 4 598 iI These Suits are worth nearly double the price we ask for them It isnt often yoU get such a chance save this much money on your winter clothes toI I Iearly before your size is gone as they are going fast j I r one of the finest line of ReadytoWear Clothing on the market today They fit right looknghtapd guaran teed to wear and hold their this week r Large crowds from here have been attending the series of meeting at Wil lisburg conducted by Revs Young and Petty Fitch Godby and Sammie Crook Jr left Wednesday for Cincinnati where residey prayer meeting at the Hillsboro church every hursday night Everybody invited M C Keeling and family and Mr Ope Settles visited Thomas Brown of Fairview Saturday night and Sunday rMr Everitt Keeling and Miss Myrtle marIriedofficiating After the ceremony the young couple took the train for Louisville where they spent several days Their many friends wish them a long and happy life Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successful medicines are those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this Take allaythetoration open the secretions and aid ahealthytified to its superior excellence It coun resultinrehbledealerStays In for Life Hopkinsvlile KyThe mandate of the court of appeals affirming the life sentence of Charles Finch wasre calved In November 1903 an un androbbedlept In the woods by a roadside near Pembroke Finch arid eight other ne receivedifeturningtates Subs rfbA for The Sun 100 rear 798 andYouthssame time and we will sell at about HALF THEIR VALUE FEN WICK As it has been some time since have seen a letter from our village wi jot down a few items Mr Steve Logsdon had the misfor weektMiss Anna and sister Mrs Ben White of Decatur IIIare visiting their father Mr T P Kelly Springfieldhere was HattSmith h 998 willbe It oeCompany here Sunday MinnieBarkerMessrs t WillisburgIIMr T J Miller and family attended church here Sunday Miss Rogers spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at this Iplace theStateiittQndedthe Wieday and Friday 1 Farm = For Sale farmkn 1IContaining Acres oneqqarter t9baccoorchard Tenant house Will give seeding Iprivile once Full possession January IV Call upon or write to H CL BRADYSPRINGFIELD KY R F D Noi3 I818 ee e8 elele e8 Taxes Must Be PaidNot Later Than November 1 See Mr Osbournes Warning on Another Page PayNoWy Save Money 4- a 4I s THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1906 5 J + +T + +i I- tt Pattern HatON Display iFriday and Saturday October 5 and 6 The ladies ofSpringfield and vicinity are cordially in ihWt+ Mrs Williams + 8 + Dr J M1R- ESIDENT Burton r DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Paifi CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY iAU Dental W6rk Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagou Block up stairs Local News Notes Register next Tuesday Circuit court is in session at Leba nope Go to McElroy Shaders and get VslnArsdales meal and Graham flour s JO Sallee and Miss Mary Sutton were married by Rev G W Lyons at the Methodist church in Springfield Wednesday afternoon Sept 19 Salt Rising and Cream Bread received daily HAGAN BROS Next Tuesday registration day Mrs Laura Vest near town has for rent 25 acres of wheat ground Post office Springfield Ky When you want a picture framed remember I make frames to order G B TAYLOR Rev Geo Hambleton will preach at Hardins Creek at 11 a m the first Sunday in OctoberI FrederickWANTEDI want to rent a good farm about 200 acres jHENRY WHITEMAN R F Ky Born to Mr and Mrs Hamilton Robertson of Bardstown on4 last Thursday a boy I FOR RENTTwo rooms in the old brick opposite the Jno Barber resi den a on Main street DR J M BURTON Mr T J Graves bought the business house on Main street occupied by Mr C WI Hagans grocery last Monday for 2390 NOTICEAll persons indebted to the late JF M Campbell are required to make settlement on or before the 15th daof October Books at B D Lakes office r THEO CAMPBELL Admr- I Register next Tuesday A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church the third Sunday in November The meeting will be conducted by State Evangelist Scoval assisted by the pastor Mr Walden Rev G W Lyons will leave for Con ferehce at Central City Tuesday Sept 25 Rev W E Sutherland will attend the Conference He will apply for ad mission Dr S J Smock will go as a delegate v All persons indebted to the firm of Jarboe Campbell must make settle ment at once Books atB D Lakes office THEO CAMPBELL Any one desiring the service of S M Campbell to cry their sale would do well to see him before having bills printed so as not to conflict with any other sale dates Next Tuesday is registration OLD Co1NMr Andy Lawson of near Willisburg was in The Sun office last Monday and showed us an old Spanish coin which he recently found while at work in his garden The coin is dated 1781 NOTICEMr H B McElroy having disposed qf his interest in the firmof McElroy Br a all persons indebted to the firm ar requested to settle their accounts at o ce Call upon W D Mc Elroy at Mc lroy Shaders grocery MCELROY BROS T FARM FOR ALE Fortvnine acres three miles from Springfield on pike good house sjtable plenty locust posts Ml in grass Nice home tor anyone who wants a small place Price 30 per acre Call upon or write to BI D LAK- ISpringfield Ky Farming land in the Texas neighbor hood of this county is going skyhigh Mr R L Arnold was recently offered 75 per acre for his farm known as the Sidney Green farm Other farmers in that section have refused big prices for land Attend the Picnic at Frederick town September 29 NOTIcEThe undersigned firm having dissolved partnership all persons knowing themselves indebted to us are requested to make settlement at once The books of the firm can be found at Robertson Clay brookes ojrice Respectfully ROBERTSON BROTHERS LOST MONEY Late Monday after noon I lost pocketbook containing 15 between Springfield and Jesse Mil lers Return 10 and pocketbook and keep 5 J C SMITH Loretto Ky t I PUBLIC i I EIIT Of Horses at Browns y Livery Stable opposite Opera louse OCT 6th1fjf IArURD4Y1 Tumeys interest in having been aboveIstock therefore on the date we will offer for sale the following 1 V I One black horse i Iyearsold safe an where one gray mare 8yearsold work anywhere one Brown horse 8 earsold iu hands high viu wuiiv oiij vwcip1 one SorreliA mate 93ear old fine saddle and horses mare women or children one black horse I2y4 usold will work tif anywhere safe for women or children ojie Roan Mare 16 iir handshigh for women or childrert will wqrk any will work Iigoodthree surreys one steel tire and two rubber tire One twohorse wagon good as new One pair of horse clippers One twohorse Iwagonette One twohorse drurnhiers wagon goodas new One set of new twohorse drummers harness One set of waton gearing Also a lot of other harness and some office fixtures 1 SALE WILL BEGIN AT 100 OCLOCK P M Il Boblitt Brown Bishop 1 T J h Rev Ewing of California an evang elist of considerable note will conduct a meeting atj Texas in November His meetings are called tent meetings because he preaches in a large tent REWARD 5Strayed about the last of August from Mrs Nannie Sttgalls farm near Beechland three male hogs and one sow Qverbit in left ear ard split in right All spotted Will weigh 110 pounds S5 reward LEVY LEwIs S M Campbell reports the public asIvery sow eight small 11perfor cents per pound The celebrated Coca nougher jack was withdrawn at 550 A few good horses sold fairly well The farm was not sold WILL BE SUBMITTEDAt the next November election the sense of the voters will be taken as to whether stock will be permitted to run at large in the Pottsville Springfield No 9and Springfield No 10 precincts A cal for an election in each of the above precincts is printed in this issue of Th4 Sun COUNTY CpURTA large crowd attended county court here last Monday andconsiderable stock was sold Quite a large number of mule colts were on the market and thev sold at prices ranging from 35 to 115 Auctioneer- S M Campbell reports the following sales Onebunch of yearling mules at 8350 per head one sixyearold mare mule for 167 and a sow and eight pigs for 3625 CALLED CONVENTIO The Republican County Committee at a meeting held in Springfield Monday called a mass convention to be heldat Willis burg next Saturday to take some action in regard to a nomination for Cir J cuit Court Clerk Mr Robert Noe it will be remembered was recently nom inated by the Democrats The election- is not a regular election for Circuit Clerk but it is made necessary by the death of Circuit Clerk F M Campbell and three years of his unexpired term is to be filled out Mr Noe was ap pointed by Judge Thurman to serve until an election could be held at which time a candidate is to be elected to serve from January 1907 to January 1910three years There is not per haps in Kentucky a more efficient clerk than Bob NoeHehas spent his life at work of this nature and he knows his duties well AH t rye r Having purchased the millinery business from The Knott Company I desire to thank my friend- for their liberal patronage while 1 was the Companys employe and to cordially solicit a contin ounce of sane Your trade is appreciated A NIC LINE i Of Street Hats School Hats and Caps and Fancy Veils are now on display Come in and examine the goods It wit not be hard tJQfind something to suit you Remodling I will do a limited amount of remodling this season Miss Willie Knott oeOeoeoeooeoeoeoeOeoeoeoe ai Personal Notesm a e Visitors In and Out of TownA r Round Up ofthe t p Personal Newsi CoMr and Mrs J J McCabe are at spentwoMiss Mary Level who has bees spending the summer with her sister Mrs Mat May es has returned to he in Panama Mrs ELD Stiles spent last weel in Louisville Miss Ella Shaunty was in town Saturday Mr L A Burns spentlast we k ir Louisville Mr and Mrs A R Shultz were in Lebanon one day last week Mr and Mrs Pat Kelly were ir Louisville one day last week Mrs Theo Campbell and children nave returned home after a visit to her mother in Lebanon Mr Louis Kelly left last week for Jasper Indwhere hewill enter school Mrs Wallace Brown of Bards town was here Thursday Mr Scott Mayes was in Lexington and Boston last week Mr John Clpments of Lebanon spent Sunday brother MrS- E Clements at this place Mrs Allen of Lebanon is visiting her granddaughter Mrs Theo Campbell Miss Julia Parrott visited Mrs J Maloney of Louisville last week Miss Marjorie Wall and brother Frankof Louisville are visiting their aunt Mrs Ben F Simms Miss Anna J Simms is the guest of relatives in Bardstown Mr Will Medleyof Danville was here Sunday Mr and Mrs J S Claybrooke spent Sunday with their parents in Bardstown Mr Glen C Wood of New Haven was here Sunday W D Claybrooke spent Sunday in bawrenceburg Miss May Mulvey of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mrs S E Cle ments Mrs W T McElrdy has returne from Louisville where she attended the State Fair Miss Lida Clements of Lebanon is the guest of her cousin Miss Carrie E lelen Messrs Joe and Jim Clements were in Louisville Wednesday Mr and Mrs Ben Miller of Elk ton were guests of Mrand Mrs Frank Noe Mrs Miller is Mrs Noes sister Mrand Mrs J C Shader spent last Wednesday in Louisville Miss Bennie Waters of this place visited her sisters MrsBettie Mahoney and Miss GracieWaters of Louisville h st weekIMiss Elizabeth Coachman has re turned home after a visit to relatives in ouisville Mr Joseph Greene of Louisville is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs J A Shader at this place relasMr and T Scott Mayes have returned Lexington Mrs Miss rrett of Bloomfield is the guest her sister Mrs M W Hyatt r Miss Susan Irvin of Lebanon is the guest of her sister Miss Bettie Irvin of this place Mrs J I Wimsatt and children have returned home after a visit to re latives in Bardstown Mrs Sallie Simms was at Nazareth Tuesday Miss Lydia Duncah has returnee home after a visit to relatives in Louis vflle Mr Roy Wells of Bloomfield spent Monday at the home of J H McClure Mr Jim Cummings of Louisville is the guest of Mr Ike Curry Dr J B RoBards was in Lebanon Monday Miss Bertha Haydon has returned home after a three weeks visit to her sister Mrs Tom Spalding of Bards town Mr and Mrs H S Towler and lit tle daughter Lillian are visiting their tMr Teddy Wells was in Bloomfield last week Mr Will Huston of Maud was in beenIIfriends are glad to see him out again I f PUBLIC SALE II JACKS JENNETTSII IIAT I H THURMANS FARM NEAR SPRINGfiELD KY Beginning promptly at 200 oclock p m SATURDAY SEPT 2906For the purpose of closing partnership we will offpr for sales at public outcry iININE JENNETTSIncluding two suckling Jennefts and two Jacks All Jennetts old enough to breed have been bredto W V McElroy s Jack somehorsebidding of any sort TERMS6 MONTHS WITH INTEREST R H McElroy and Brown Thurman Mr and Mrs John Ober Brandt of New York are visiting Mr and Mrs Jqs 1 Martin Miss Emma Cox Graves of Chica o is visiting Mr and Mrs JI Martin Mr F M Martin who has been ill for several days is out again Misses Eunice ONan and Frances Martin leave today for Bristol Tenn where they will enter college Rev J W Carter and wife of Lexington are visiting the parents if Mrs Carter Mr and Mrs J S Ya fi key near town Mr Mack Grundy and Miss Kate returned Monday from Cincinnati where they have been buying fall and winter goods Miss May Mulvey of Lebanon is the guest of Mrs J I Wimsatt this week Mrs C A Green and children are spending a few days with Mrs Green sister Mrs Fleece Bosley nea Texas Mr and Mrs C C McChord who have been out of town for several weeks have returned home Mr and Mrs G H Boone who have been in Frankfort andtLouisvill for the past three or four weeks ar at home again Mr B F Mitchell of Louisville is in Springfield and will visjt friends in the cpunty Len Bush is at home from Lexington where he recently entered college and is suffering as a result of having art ingroying toenail cut out Mr and Mrs Walter Leachman have Returned from a several weeks vacation in Michigan jMtH H Claybrooke of S ottsI spent a few days here thi week with relatives Mr Claybrooke is a rosperous merchant of Scotts bozo He says Alabama is a great State and is rapidly coming to the front Miss Pearl Claybrooke accompanied her brother home and will ente school in that city Little James McElroy who has been ill for several months is improv ing James although he is nt yet three years old is one of the popular people of Springfield He shakes hands with his friends in a graceful manner and answers and asks questions in way that indicates earnestness Hes t t + + + + ht t1iI a politician a genteel politician and he will some day be Governor of Ken tucky if he wants the job populiiCommissioner town to conduct the Ran ers Insti itute A Postpbnmeht The Kansas City Star saY t Because Emmet F McElroy a real estate dealer who lives at Fifth street and Highland avenue is to be married stexdaysideration of plans for a Cliff drive COAt nection in North Terrace park The property owners interested in the improvement which calls for a new parkway and a boulevard had been notified to appear yesterday but some of them were absent A delay of one week was suggested rr But Mr McElroy who is very much thesmatter is considered said the spokes man Next Monday he will b busy getting ready for his wedding Cant you postpone this for say one month Any other interested property own er going to get married asked A Dean looking around the room teaseIi The receiver o Zion City repots that the assets amount td instead of 20000000 as claimed ly Dowie while the liabilities are 6125 018 fiPublic Sale TUESDAY OCTOBER 2r 1906 IOn the above date L will sell the farmeone east on waters of Glens Creek f 0n9 extra good family horse ole good brood mare one twoyearold rivery cows heifers and one weanling calf five Nb 1 Poland China sows will weigh 125 each one sow and seven pigs fifteen good ewes 600 bushels df corn some hay all my farming implements and household and kitchen furniture i Sale will begin at 10 a m Terms will be made known on day of sale W H WRIGHT rsLa + t + + ihuta uh nw ICASH9r I expect to make this rule good + fit Dont ask for credit It will be better for you and much better for me to do a strictly cash business lit t Your patronage IS solicited I promise you the best meats at the ft lowest prices t I t- t I GFCARPENTER Ii tfr ifr fli ifr +ifr iftgfl fr 0 ffifl frffiffifr H i f r lttf i r tzy r s THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1906 1 1It ps1h VI i f Lj 1s r i T 44s ISiSiSStSiSiS SI S ItsIIsIIstII ItS SISLSLS SsSsSiSiiS Ss SSIS SI s SIS 1111of I VI if iJ1rir I I BD LAKE tt r J L INSURANCE AND REAL ESTftTE Ii FARM LANDS and FARMS H- Are I Increasing in asttl L J t IF YOU- Sj WANTTO SELL YOUR FARM PUT IT IN MY- HANDS I believe indeed I am surel can save you money if you desire to buy a farm in this or adjoining counties I have a great many farms for sale good ooesat reasonable prices and I am anxious to show you any one of them Remember that land is constantly increasing in value and there Is hardly a remote possibility that it will decrease Indeed the man who buys a farm today may feel absolutely certain that its value will increase third possibly half or more within a half a dozen years I honestly believe that you can be suited in place and price if you will call upon me I have farms in every section of the county large and small and all of them are well improved also have some bargains in town property Seelist in this issue of the Sun t LET ME SHOW YOU ONE THESE I H S No 147 acres 4J miles froir Springfield well w teredttgood land good dwelling good stable shop on arm close to school house and church Price 40 per acre v No 370 acres 6 miles from pringfield good d filing good tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water close to school house and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres three good barns two dwelling plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre r No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield pIe tt oak ash hickory dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 I No 6205 63 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling 3 to bacco barns oneistock barn all necessary outbuildings lenty tim 5 ier lots of good tobacco land wellwatered wellf nced good grass Price 35 per acre No7 17 5 acres dwelling stable wellwatered vJellfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty imber all necessary outbuildings good grass good n Price 20 per acre No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acrds timber two houses one barn thatwill hold ten acres of tobacco wfelhfenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 atres good timber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orchaH good large dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroa Price 3750 per acre No 1L22O acres six J miles from Springfield on giod pike 50 acres timberask oak hickory and poplar and school convenient two barns two dwellings telephone in ho se well watered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre No 42 The mast desirable house in Springfield Wei located No 13A nice cottage in Springfield Good barn wit acre of CheaprNo 14150 acres seven miles from Springfield on go d pike 50 acres timber two new barns new pleni y of tobacco land 50 acres of extra good bottom land Price 60 No 1590 acres one good six room dwelling tobacco barn stable well fenced good orchard well watered 25 acres fine to bacco land most of farm in good state of cultivation i miles from Springfield Plenty good posts 25 per acre No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pik one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation of water Price 3 i roomdand church good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nin e room dwehng two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco tw stock ti cow house two tenant houses two good wells pl ntyof springs fine young orchard all kinds of ands lall ice- house carriage house outbuildings new Price 50 rJf x REALI4 MANfi I A NOi FARM VeryIJo Thats What Want I Have It YOU WILL FIND PROPERTY SUTYOU B D LAKE Ir 1F t t ADVER TISEEX i f TENSIVELY ii H HANDBUYERS ARE FOUND It t OF FARMS You HERE Y Ii acresi tt1gr an acre t 1 inSpringfield fl jY No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles Jfrom Springfield Price 1000 j r No 22 barn young orchardl 1 fi t 15 per acre a No 23 1392 acres 1 good dwe1li g 2 tobacco barns hold 15 milelfromof water Price t 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 botttomNo 25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining layediri cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year No 26House 7 rooms ia Springfield 2J acres of ground stable hen mouse smoke house spring in yard lot fenced iin 6 lots Cheap i No 2770k acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room dwelling barns holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen house house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 8ooINo 28160 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good road J mile 1 t from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Puce 3Q per acre easy payments No 29104k acres 6 miles from Springfield on new pike good6 room dwelling tobacco room holds 6 acres of tobacco 30 acresiyoung grass under good fence well watered all out buildings young orchard planted Price 3250 per acreiNo 30115k acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar tinder ousehfine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 33231 acres in Nelson on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coon ty Price 860 per icre All limestone land 34225 aCres in the edge of Springfield fine lands wellifenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington county for a home Ch ap = SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY IIJ j A fACt foR YOU TO REMEMBER WASHINGTON COUNTY LAND COMPARED WITH THE LAND OF SURROUNDING COUNTIES HAS ALWAYS BEEN TOO CHEAP AND AS THE MONTHS GO BY IT INCREASES IN VALUE NOW IS THE TIMETO BUY IISt il r 1t t y f d lor h r + li fr tv tf t y fJ 111111 1le 11111 111111111111 111- J D THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Ik 1906 1 J ANDri THE GOBLET AHEIUNGI Copyright bj Joseph Bowles etteIranr f you want any further Information meet me at the Blue Lion Inn at 930 too morrow evening J Driver It was 945 the text evening when Septimus Toft entered the Inn J Driver was a darkhaired man Hisvoiceeye w is piercing Now to business said Mr Driver yourThatss a beastly hole and I arent Thats where the difference comes in r I dont understand said Mr Toft In fact I havent the faintest Idea What you are alluding to Well said J Driver with a dig In the ribs that made Mr Toft jump What about government contracts What about them asked tire Tort shrinking from his familiarity What about them echoed the other What about work you never did for which youve got false re ceipts What about contracts executed cornfplunder all round Mr Toft paled aC trIlls business Now said f Driver Ive come Y9urvisA key said Mr Toft relieved though much surprisesS5The key of the pla 9 chest of the ironmongers company Mr Toft raised his eyebrows Hand me the key I canlI rlslnfAtpect Tomorrow theyll Know and youll know too Septimus Toft when you get five years withbut the option of a fine t Mr Toft scarcely heard him He was thinking over the pros and cons of th situattonas rapidly as hIs nervous sys tern Would allow He jvas treasurer of the Pellmbngers cbriipany and he alone had the key of the plate sate I The Man Obeyed with the of a SoldierthIn the ordinary course of events he would be elected prIm warden next year but If there was any trouble about the plate he wouldnt Better that though than a public exposure of his business methods Mr Toft hesitated no longer From one end of his watch chain he detached a gold key which he handed covertly to Driver Now your vlsltln card f produced one and handed itfy1rJT rINow Toft my boys dont worry Youll have that key back by FrIday 1 and all your spoonslj be In the box With this Mr Driver rose a stalked out of the room After a modest interval Mr Toft followed I bAting the bell of the Fell fnon gers com pany pealed vigorously The port hurried to answer It and found a la on the doorstep She was neat dressed and was strlklnfely handsome liIsasked It is miss I want to know If you will be g0 enough to allow me to copy a painting you have on your walls I do not kn o if It is necessary to have any written j Fi mission ui where to apply for itaThe hall is alien to the public u rmy supervision said the port erto Come aThanks The painting I want is the one nearest to the door of the plate room Then its a good bit away from mlss The plate room Isoff the ban queting all and they are all windows f on thai side The pictures are oppo 1tel said the porterdDsar me H Wcvery eUipirily I have been Informed Please show me the ropmt The pojter led the way and thr open the door with pardonable pri gJeckr411 shes a hartlst 7 aghtto be presl dent of the Royal Academy I never t saw such dr win in my lifeL She cant get Ms face right nohow She must be what the papers call an himpres sionlst She twice about the plate room so Ive wheeled my cha into the all to keep uty eye on he Ill go back now and see what shes u to White Mr Jeckeli was on his way to ills chair there came another peal trot the from entrance bell A man in a derby hat pad carrying handbag w outsideI Mr loft has sent me for the oblat he said The wrier was surprised Gut a note he asked The guvnor gave me this said them n handing a card and the key Come alongsaid the porter shortly Barely had they entered the plat room c hen the artlstran from behind her easel into the outer hall Mrs Jeckeli Mrs Jechell she called outx4Awith your hushand Im sure he Is a thief Warn Mr Jeckeli to get full au thority before he does what this man wants The wife rushed across to the plate room and in a minute a storm c rLvoices proceeded therefrom Finally the three emerged two hot and flur rled and the stranger looking cool and determined carrying a bag in one hand and a gold cup in the other Theporter hung to his arm The artist was In front of the door When she saw the man with the bag and cup she gave a little gasp of sur prise and a wave of color overspread her face Tile man Seemed equally astonished YouIP he said at last Theyre both thieves whispered Mrs Jeckell to her husband Theyre actin in collision Ill shout for t perlice while you keep em And she ran frmthe room You are in danger said the artl Itxrapidly in French I1ut the cup i anjkntude of a soldier Leaving Mr Jeckeli Itprostrate on the floor they hurried from the hall At the street door was Mrs Jeckeli w dly beckoning to a dis tantpoliceman You go down there said the artist Goodby She ran off in the opposite direction still holding the bag and dived down a side street The next gathering Sf the Burglars club proved the most important in its history It was held at Marmaduke Percy rooms his grace of Dorchester the president of the year being in t chair The secretary read the minutes and concluded The business of the eve ning Is the paymen an entrance fee the Nelson goblet of the Pellmongers companyby Robert Legendre Craven fourth baron Hortonj a cadet member of the club Lord Horton en ered bowed and amid general applause placed on tie table a richly chas d goblet of pure gold My lords and g ntlemen he said I thank you la accordance with the usual custom ofourclub I wIll explain now I have been dutSY received an Intimation that the Nel coSonSee took steps to procure it A list of the company showed me the treasurer and platekeeper was ja Mr Toft The rectorY Informed me that he was a contractorde to e me at ho was under suspicion of bribery and corruption played on this little weakness of his ndIf I am not mis taken I frightened him into the paths of In clays1turnre la te safe of his company In broad day light I preceded for my booty To my surprise I found that I was gxpect An agent hart been placed on the spot to warn the custodian of the building of my intention An alarm was raised by the agent This agent was a lady who did not know that she was be fraying an old friend A minute later we wore face to face Instantly she pierqnd through my disguise and by cndcapebtynext step was to trace the lady did not know she was In England hut eing here I concluded that the forolpn o ffice would have her address I was not mistaken I found my friend erThe fame of your club had reached memberslilY t s would give ta plectsingzest to civilian fe but I did not count on recent de v Gentlemen you have done ins the honor to elect me as a p811d rev my resignation wfor No resounded an all sides Wait smildd Horton Two years go this same giddy I have mention C1had nsaved my life In Russia I asked her marry met bdshe refused because enou hshe thought it would poil nry care r We dltfnot meet again till yestcrdhy A week ago I wasbled residentit at tn heart but singlehanded I should ha hecar failedin it With this tarty as my w ifsof ycsteraalalon and to helpme In my caroert I am proud to say conentrerl We err to be married tomorrow Besuch eligibledC as toits tender my resignation Gentlemen ood evening Thus did Lord Horton leave Burtjiars club fox married life hap l ness and his brilliant after career STRANGE FIREpSeriesELEVENTHIn r1A STOIY THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE funasdunnScripture Authority Leviticus 1017 jr IIJIte= the service of God in the Tab t ernacle and for this reason X their sin was all the more glar Inn mmaryandpunishment for this first In J stance of contempt for sacred vs t xmeetSir ment oj the Christian dispensa 2 t lion the sin of Ananias and = X Sapphira called for speedy pun ishment Acts 5111 This sin rti part of appreciation of their v Gods service of the tholiness of God of the neces + silt of obedience of the fact that there was but one way of g approach unto God i We cannot too often remind ourselves of the three facts which this incident out predsacredness of the approach Ithe himI y the proneness of the hehuman heart to fail to under stand and appreciate the rev- erence+ + due God and the neces fifty of obedience to the Divine I order of worship and service g kThird the recognition of the = ne ss and fait fulneas t of Gods udgmenta agal st sin i even the gh such Judgments X may fall upon those Who are = X near us and whom we love X YXXXXXXXXjpersX for we shall f if undimmedhey we understand jwith the mind 6f God we shall 1X the purified heart so at one fswith God that his perfect will X will be our will indeed X A holy God demands a rever X yXGods presence must come in X Gods way X yXyXlow thisjncident indicate that t Nadab and Abihu were intoxi X 3 cated when they committed this t t i terrible sin what a temperance A X bstrongy God and his righteousness V MW i I CI THE STORY IT VAS the pour of the evening sac fice and Aaron and his sons we busy making the offering of the lair With air the earnestness and devc lion ofi highIpriest was observing each detail of the service in accordance with the Instructions he had received from Moses The lamb had been selected with dub care and it had been slain Aaronvashe noted that the wood had not he laid in the proper order and paused to rearrange it at the same time pointing Out the mistake to his two sons Nadab and Abihu who had prepared the wood and had placed it u JOn the altar An impatient grunt was the only re bponse offered to the fathers kindly admonition and he looked up quickly nto the faces of his two sons in time o catch the flash of angry resentment ivhlch rested there My sons he said earnestly is it not important that we perform the service exactly as Moses has Instruct od us What matter It if the wood be there to consume the sacrifice re plied Abihu apparently unmoliified by his fathers conciliatory manner colvofaithfulmanded The only response offered was an echo of thetfirst impatient grunt which started and pained Aaron before Ho said no more but went on with the service while his two sons busied his themselves with their duties For some time Aaron had been trou by ho attitude of theso two boys his eldest sons and more than out once he had ben pained by their eless Indifference and scorning lack appreciation of tho solemn rosponsl biliUes resting upon them At the service of dedication when the Moses had consecrated them for the ing priesthood they had first manifested a spirit the solemn occasion seemingly impressing them only from external and superficial aspect the They were pleased with their new and stately robes they were proud of the eU thedistinction of office and they found a certain satisfaction in the pert rap once 6f the duties devolving eor f catchfnsof them and with exalted opinion a to their importance in the prtestl rank they felt a sort of disdain tor oftheirThen too without realizing it themselves they had become enamored of priestlyfunctionnity of gratifying their appetite so yieldstorbee rage A iron their father had on one or 1Nn the eyes and the ndus stall ot their spirits but hrid dismissed the wasIotherarising from their priestly service in wasflwas upon this oc casion when they had slighted their woodiexcuse their conduct and after his quiet remonstrance sought to dismiss the matter from his but as we- have said Aaron could not altogether troubleds partitThey will come more into the spir It of It as they perform the service he said to himself but the r fk of earsthethenslon which arose in his heart Thus the days sped by and on more than one occasion following the into dent with which our story opens Aaron histduties One would think Nadab exclaimed to his brother one day that no one knew stow to do anything right but our father Aaron Yes he acts as we could not think for ourselves responded Abihu Have we not been chosen to the Iclaimehimself to his full height as though it was a matter of physical measure ment and priestly robe Why th Sthe told me that the high priest alone and that only once a year could enter the place Why should he go thera we cannot undertas service And why should we not The voice of their father at that mo ment cut short further conversation and rather ungraciously they returned to the duties which their talk ha lithe Interrupted The next day the two young men tchanced to be in the place in the course of their duties and their fa ther had stepped to the outer court to attend to some details for the evening service The latter had been too busy and preoccupied to notice the flushed condition of his two sons and that frequently they drank from th small skin bottle which one of them carrle- oath the fold of his robe As they moved about the al apartment they came opposite to th veil before the holy of holies paused The conversation of the da before suddenly flashed across the simultaneouslyl withinbwe go In hither without our burning cen we cannot obtain coals from tholaltar without our father seeing US 1Jlr E ut we may obtain fire here within jea but that is not according to Mosesen beenincenseheburn as well Sa Isfled by the declaration in their half muddled condition owing to the wine which they had drunk they both entered Into the planand hastily tilling their censers and lighting them they brushed aside the curtain separating the holy place from the holy of holies and essayed to enter 1ow little did tl et realize what it moantto enter Into the presence of jthoyjthorntion Btit scarcely had their feet been placed across the threshold ere thoro was a Hash of light boyoml the bright eons of the sun at noon day which sped from above the mercy seat Two forms full backward two censers went clattering to the ground scattering their burning incense about Aarqu the high priest hoard the sound without A groat fear seized heart as he hurried into the holy place Some solemn dense of the sacredness of th40 place Restrained tho outburst of agony and a sound ho sped to the place whore tits two forms lay so silent and still He looked upon their distorted features ho glanced at tho fallen cen sers at the displaced curtains before holy of holies at the bodies road across the threshold and he un derstood lint why should we follow the fa ther in his grief Enough to know that heart thin mourned Was raided to God in submission and faith and brave and loyal obedience to tho ftghteous will for why should not e snot be satisfied in the presence of s manifest holiness and justice sIYt s SPRINGFIELD y OCT 4tti i The John H v SoarksShows And Great Trained Animal Exposition ENLARGED TO MANY TIMES ITS FORMED SIZE With a host of entirelynew and extraordinary features Traveling in its pringfield own special train Will pitch its acres of canvas in Thursday October 4th And give performances Afternoon and Night programfulFamous champions of the sawdust ring in a bewildering melange of Sen tostijTrapingsBeautifulTrainedClowns Panhandle Pete and his Comedy Mules Georgeous street parade at noon and big free exhibitions at show grounds immediately after the parade = Gasoline 11 Engines t t We have on displ ythe following makes The Olds HaganFairbanks International The BEST Makes Come and Enginestr i Also on display Ohio Highland SPRINGfIELD WELLS Crushers The a I sup NRS t x 4 t H- Grundy THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1906 it I t + f t MclntirJt VEIlCEIVEDTH LARGEST LINE OF FALL GOODS EVER PUT ON ISIS- PLAYk IN SPRINGFIELD COME IN AND SEE THEM il It1 slum OF ii t WEEKS EVENTS of at ItJlOST IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS AT HOME TOLD IN CON DmiIED FOAM LATE FOREIGN DISPATCHES Interesting Items of News Gathered iron All Parts of the Globe and V Outlined in the Briefest Mnnae OHlbletIPOLITICALHiSpeaker Joseph G Cannon in an rOjhaetion of Labor My sympathies are with It In all efforts and struggles to improve the material condltlAn and se cure a larger share of the profits of r production for the wage earners I do not however believe in proscription In politics I am opposed to Mr Gom pers political methods of blacklisting men who vote as their consciences and judgment and the welfare of their con stituents dictate William Jennings Bryan made personal appeal to the Democrats of Illinois to drum Roger C Sullivan out of the national committee In a carefully prepared statement the Nebras kati brought pandemonium to the Jef ferson club banquet at Chicago by announcing that he took his indorse ment by the Peoria convention as far from a compliment that he rejected Sullivan as a political associate and that it is yp to the party to spew out those who traffic in politics William Jennings Bryan returned to his Lincoln home and the home folks welcomed him with every evidence of approval and satisfaction The Davidson majority over Lenroot for the nomination for governor of J Wisconsin will be at least 45000 The D Vote on the Democratic candidates indicates a Ayiward and Blenskl will lead the ticket John M Nelson Republican wasE elected to congress In the Second Wisconsin district for the unexpired term of Henry C Adams deceased James C McLaughlin of Muske gon defeated Congressman Roswell P Bishop of LudIngton for man from the Ninth Michigan district Congressman Washington Gardner was renominated at the Third Michi gan congressional district Repu primaries bllcanI T H B Jones was congress by the Democrats of the qnth Ohio congressional district The Democrats of the Third Ohio congressional district nominated E J Jones for congress Not only was Gov John A Johnson renominated for the office which he is now holding on the Democratic ticket at the Minnesota Democratic conven tion but he was also spoken of as the logical running mate for William Jennings Bryan on the national ticket in 1908 At a meeting of social democratic and social revolutionist university students at St Petersburg it was def cided not to oppose the reopening ol the universities which is scheduled for October 14 thereby furnishing a strong possibility that the paralysis v of the educational f the country which has lasted IIfet school years may soon be ended AkfMISCELLANEOUS prestdentbank is under arrest at Tangier Morocco He is said to oe malting prep arations to fight removal from a coun try that has no extradition treaty with the United States Itlis said at the state department there probably will be no difficulty in fetching Stensland away from Moroc co on any merchant vessel providing the ship does not touch at a French port A dispatch was received at the state department from Mr Gummere Amer = dean minister to Morocco conveyin- the Information that PaulO Stens land the president of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank of Chicago was turned over to Managing Editor Keeley of the Chicago Tribune and Assistant States Attorney Olsen o Illinois who apprehended the fugitive banker at Tangier State Senator Edgar E BrackettIof aratoga announced that candidate for the Republican nomina YorkcNational V Stogie Makers league closed at Wheel r ing with the election of officers Pitts burg gets the next convention win ning out in a pretty contest with Atlantic City A fire of ncendiary origin destroyed an ent re block In the village Leesburg The loss Is estimated 75000 rebelswerees on the government side were severe repof1teddone After one of the shocks hundreds of dead fish were thrown upon the beaches Apparently they had been scalded to death by a submarine eruptionA Wayne Wabash Valley traction car stopped on a steep hl11I of Peru hid to repair a broken rope and the Limited cpm ing down the grade at a very high- Hpeedcrashed Into the standing car Eighteen persons were injured three whojn seriously SECRET OF SCOTTYS WEALTH Money of Long Ago Dates May Mean a Robber Cache Discovery Tonopah The secret of the wealth- of Scotty the Death valley miner has been discovered Scotty ha found an old cache of robbers wh held up the transcontinental stage in the early days Dozens of Vells Far go treasury notes that were dragged from the coaches were never heard of again until now A party of eastern ors were traveling In the Death valley recentlyia See Scotty 7 he wa asked He explained that Scotty was somewhere ahead of him because h had stopped in the shade ot his mul to rest while Scotty on He showed me some high grade ore and hes goln gut to realize on it He finds out 1Tn broke pulls out a lot of gold eagles and be stakes me to 200 said the prospector In the light of the lamps he held out some gold eagles The date was 840 on each one with a mint mark of In 1840 there was no Denver but mint in Delganus Ga coined money for a time They have had detectives afte saidfthe prospector These ore samples he carries are a blind He gets to a town dumps the sand In his bags and turns up with legal money Hes got the old stage coac cache and hes slick enough to kee if too HOW TO KILL THE MOSQUITOES Coal Oil Placed in Plow Slots Will Do IL Washington Dr W T Poole of Columbus Ga who is in the city o business is making an Inspection o the various public institutions of the city and is much pleased with the way those he has visited are conducted In a conversation with a reporter Dr Poole called attention to the fact he believed that many of th mosquitoes which come to life in the capital are hatched in the plow slot in the center of the car tracks I 1E these slots after rains there are many spots where the water stands for days and in Dr Pooles estima tion these are ideal places for the breeding of the little pests He believes that If the slots had kerosene placed in them after the rains the mosquito supply would be materially decreased Accordipg to the tests that have been made Dr Poole states that the mosquito will come from a pool of water that has been standing fo from six to lev n days He believes that In the effort t make Washington the most beautiful city in the worad attention should b directed to the plow slotswhere mos quitoes come to life and that some means be found to Cut off part of the supply of the little buzzers that serve to make life so tiresome sometimes Charged With Murdering Husband Knoxville Tenn Sept 24 Charged with having mdrdored her third hus land to get nil Insurance money Cheg5000 Mrs Ida McNaffery 24 is ical analysis mans sto strychnineeAn Eight Year Old Boy Sentenced Alb la Sept 240sclr Napjer 8 was fund witty of the murder of a doefs not c vex murder cases and the be will bj sentenced the same as If h were of mature age He deliberately shot a boy with whom he was Daily Herald AND SUN 1Z00 i CORRECT MARKET REPORTS Springfield Market Bains 15c Sid 12Hc Beeswax 24c per you d Butter 15c to 20c per ound Chickens HensOH c Spring lie Dried apples 5c per undo Ducks 8c per pound Corn Meal 75c to Soc er bushel Eggs 14e per dozen Feathers 45c per pound vFlourS220to260 Ginseng S750 per poun- dgainwboat corni 50cr Oats tOe Hides Green Hc to lOKc Lard lie per ound Lime 90c to 00 per barrel Mill products Bran shlpstuff 100 per pounds Potatoes Con try 75c Onions 85c Salt 3145 and 8185 per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow Ic per pound Vinegarac to 4oc pergallon Wool Burry and greasy 14Hc clear of grease 20c tub washed 28c Country Sorghum45c to 50c GeeseSOc a polce Cincinnati Sept 22i CATTLE Extra 5 10 5 CALVESExtra 8 25 65s75oFLOURSpring pat 4 35 4 60 WHEAT No 2 red 73 741 CORN No 2 mixed 49 OATSNo2 mixed 35 RYE No 2 choice 62 64 HAYCh timothy 16 50 BUTTERDairy g 1- 6APPLESNew bbl 2 00 2 50 POTATOESNew 1 85 2 00 TOBACCONew 7 95 16 00 CHICAGO 7311eOATSNo 2 mixed 33Ya PORK Prime mess16 60 g 16 62th LARD Steam 8 sna NEW ions FLOUR Win pat 3 75 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 781h CORNNo 2 mixed 58 O PSNo 2 371 a P RkPrJmeiness16 50 18 7- 5LARDSteam 8 95 0 900 xBALTIMOU WHEAT No 2 red 76s j 54r4 OATSNo 2 mixed 36 362 LOUISVlLLr WHEAT No 2 red 72 CORNNo2 mixed 51 OATS No 2 mixed Q 34I 50nINDIANAPOLIS CATTLE 5 35 HOGS Prrme51t15 p 6 Burglars Entered Post Office Covington KyA telegram from Butler Ky states that burglars en tered the post office there secure d quantityf of also broke into the drug store adjoin ing and secured 25 in cash Search For An Heir Lexington KySheriff John McEl Couety Judge Stephens of count asking for information concerning one E Huddleaton who was last hear here Huddleston is heir to the e tate of the late Judge Simpson of Texas J Public iSale Of Fine Farm and Lot of Per= sonal Property urs aOctober 4th n tareme miles east of High Grove Farm contains 380 acres with all modern improvements and one of the best farms in a good county yTerms oh FarmOne third cash the in 1 2 and 3 years PERSONAL PROPERTY kindsgfarming implements For further address J M LILLY SONS Fairfield Ky S F Crabb Auctioneer Taylorsville Ky CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyCourtThis day came G W Cocanougher and fileda petition with twenty legal voters of the Pottsville Precinct No7 theCourtregular November election 1906 to take the vote in said precinct whether or stock shall be allowed to run atnotl on the public highways in said precii ict It is therefore ordered that Sheriff and officers of said- election will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on precinctCopyClerk In compliance with the above order CountyCourtPottsville Precinct No 7 of Washing ton county that the polls will be open on the next regular November ejection day 1906 for the purpose of said precinct as to whether or not shall run at large on the public stockII way in said Pottsville J S OSBORNE S W C JCAll FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct CountyCoThis day came P J Shannahan and filed a petition with twenty legal votersI ofhe Springfield Precinct No Washington County and moved the Court to hold an at the next regular Novembezelection1906 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large precinctItSheriff and officers of said election will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not shall be allowed to run at large on the ipretrinctCopy Clerks In compliance with the above order from the Washington County given I hereby notify the voters of Springfield Precinct No 9 of WaShing- ton county that the polls will be open on the next regular November election day 1906 for the purpose of voting in precinct as to whether or not stock highwayinJ S OSBOKNE S W C CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set Regular term of Washington County Court September 1906 This day came W Hi Mullican and filed a petition with twenty legal voters of the Springfield Precinct No 10 of Washington County and moved the Court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1906 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large precinctsSheriff and officers of said election will open the polls and have on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at larg ion the precinctCopy Clerk In compliance with the above order given from the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters of Springfield Precinct o 10 of Wash ington county that the polls will be on the next regular November election day 1906 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or pUQlicNo 10 J S OSBORNS S W C THROUGH REBEL CAMP A March Was Threatened By Gen Avalos and His Men Havana Sept 24Despite the arml stlce which Isnow In effect a clash between troops and guerrilla forces was threatened Gel Av alos with 400 cavalry and 300 Infant ry arrived at Guanajay at noon hav ing come by train from Pinar del Rio to Artemesa prepared to proceed to Camp Columbia near Havana This meant passing through the rebel camp Gen Guerra sent a message to Gene Avalos that this might lead to an en counter and that he would not be responsible for the outcome Gen Ava continueofthe March but Gen rection of Secretary Taft ordered him to take his force to Marlel which will be done Subscribe tot The Sun 100 year a Ii Investigationi I shows that many good watches are spoiled by tampering No I supposeister HAVE ME fiX IT t A whole lot of damage can be done by those who are not ac quainted with the delicate mechanism We know watches I and can repair them as they should be Bring me yours if it doesnt go just right JASJ JCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO iMCbRPORATBD Lpng distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL President A Oenl Manager LELAND HUME Svcy a Aut GeiVl Mjp Nelsons Local Option Society ISec 1 We the undersigned advo cates of Local Option do for the PUtI pose of advancing and promoting the principles thereof in Nelson county hereby organize ourselves into a society to be known as The Nelson coun- tY 1 Local Option League Sec 2 The officers of this organization shall be a President two ViceI Presidents Secretary and Treasurer who shall constitute the executive com mittee and they shall be elected an nually by the members hereof on theI 2nd Mondayin April The first eec tion of officers shall be held in Bards town on the 2nd Monday in April 1907 and until said election is held thepres ent officers viz H A Humphrey Pres Charles Anderson Treas an Morgan Yewell Sec shall continue i office Should said election not be hel on the dgy provided herein it may be held on a day to be fixed by any two of the above officers including the Presi dent notice of which shall be published in the county papers And all officers stall continue in office until their suc c ssors are duly elected iSec 3 Any man woman or child over eighteen years of age may be come a member hereof on declaring himself for the principles of local op tion and paying a membership fee ofI 100 Sec 4 The money received fro membership feesor otherwise shall used e in a legitimate way by said execu tive committee to advance the princi pIes of local option in Nelson county Sec 5 The treasurer shall annually report to the league the amount of moneyreceived expended for wha expended and the balance on hand Sec 6 The President may call a meeting at any time for any purpose other than the election of officers Sec 7 The above articles may be amended by a majority vote of the members hereof present at regular or calledmeeting H A Humphrey President Morgan Yewell Secretary Chas Anderson Treasurer IN CINCINNATI t The Man Convicted in Kentucky Says He Planned Crime Mt Sterling KyW W Eubank charged with usurping the office o road supervisor was fined 6500 and Frank Sayman charged with bUrglar- Izing the residence of Col A W ilton was sentenced to nine years i tho penitentiary Sayman testified that he formerly lived at the Hamilton home and met his pals In Cincinnati and formed the plan to come here and rob the residence Ed Warner and Martin Sayman charged with being a cessories to the robbery got seven and a halfand six years respectively T D WEll Trei sirs kI SUISCRIBERS EREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are subscribers tp The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rontmot included but Inserted in another department of the paper at very low rates Sam F D No 1 has for sale 250 bushels of first class seed wheat J F Smith Route 2 has for sale 50 or 60 bushels of winter oats Benedict Clements Route 2 has for salftajot of No1 seed wheat F I Purdom Texas Ky has for sale 16year old horse 16 hands gentle and works well Also 2 spring wagons and one set of harness Pius Fe wickJSprinltfieldl Ky has for sale ana two good mares i iJ L Cheatham Mooresville has for weighiR W Clements RL 2 has for sale extra clean seed wheat t C B Pope Route 4 has for sale a good sheep 4yearsold W H Leachman Springfield has for sale one of goo w also two registered Jersey buIlt calves R L Clements has for sale one year ling south down buck Dee 1ile Route 3has for side four shoats thoroughbred Polin China Three females one male for dullmB Waters Springfield has for sale a food Jersey cow Illinois Central gR 38a00iLOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA September l5 to October X111906 Pro oxtionatblow rates from r oilier points1 V Extt low round trip Rates to rkansasTexas on the first and third Tuesday of each month SpringsArkansasThrough personally conducted Excur sion Louisville to California Arizonaand Texas Full particulars by addressing F W HARLOW D PA KyfYouneeditn THE SUN YcJews were killed or wounded tin the massacre at Siedice Poland fi